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Review: The Surrogates (Vol 2): Flesh and Bone

The Surrogtates: Flesh and BoneThe Surrogates (Vol 2): Flesh and Bone

by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele

What can I say, I read the prequel.

There are a few basic things I can say about this book but they’re not exactly good. I could go on for a great deal of length as I did before but Flesh and Bone didn’t give as much out.
So.

It fell short of the first. Read the rest of this entry

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Review: The Surrogates

The SurrogatesThe Surrogates (Vol 1)

by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele
 

*No Spoilers!! I swear!

A brief synopsis or introduction would be helpful I’m sure, on The Surrogates written by Robert Vendetti, illustrated by Brett Weldele.
It’s about a society where people no longer deal in the flesh from day to day but rather live through ‘surrogates’: life like ‘models’ that allow the user to look different, be stronger, faster, and live safer. The users don’t feel pain, but can have the thrill of living the acts their ‘surries’ commit. A man can be a woman, a white woman can be black, an Asian can look East Indian, etc. It’s an interesting concept that certainly opens up a world of opportunities but begs the question of who is behind the surrie, and when the surrogate units are targeted for attacks – who’s behind them?
This was made into a major motion picture that released last year starring Bruce Willis.

So, now that you’re interests have been peaked (or at least distracted) I’d like to talk about it without giving too much away. Read the rest of this entry

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